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Ambarchi, Oren / Kassel Jaeger / James Rushford: Pale Calling [VINYL] (Black Truffle)


The first collaboration between Oren Ambarchi, Kassel Jaeger and James Rushford presents two side-long recordings of slowly cycling electronics, distracted vocal mumbles and often unidentifiable field recordings, a layered and mesmerizing haze of obscured audio stratum.
 

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UPC: 880319750731

Label: Black Truffle
Catalog ID: BT 020LP
Squidco Product Code: 21890

Format: LP
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Australia
Packaging: LP
Recorded at GRM studios, in Paris, France, in 2014.


Personnel:

Oren Ambarchi

Kassel Jaeger

James Rushford

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track listing:


SIDE A



1. Pale (19:02)

SIDE B



1. Calling (20:40)
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"Pale Calling presents the fruits of the first collaboration between Oren Ambarchi, Kassel Jaeger and James Rushford, recorded at GRM studios, Paris in 2014. Although drawing on aspects of each member's solo works, the trio mark out their own unique territory, a mysterious space of slowly cycling electronics, distracted vocal mumbles and often unidentifiable field recordings. These two side-long pieces are composed of distinct layers that gently rise up and recede, obeying a dream-logic that feels entirely disconnected from traditional electro-acoustic composition, forming surreal sonic images in which half-remembered fragments of everyday life mix with the quiet intensity of dreams haunted by natural forces.

Over the course of the first side a slowly thudding electronic pulse eventually gives way to a distant organ, detouring through reverberated guitar shimmers, moments of Ashley-esque vocal automatism and waves of insects and bats.

The second side utilises similar ingredients, this time layered over the top of what sounds like radically slowed down film music. As the field recorded and electronic spray slowly builds, the listener is left with the impression of hearing the last moments of a dying television abandoned in a field overrun with animals and insects"-Francis Plagne


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